Think Tank members often come across products that advertise ‘green credentials’. We don’t have the resources to check out claims made, but they do make us think about the products we buy. Have a look at these sites for more information about products as well as tips on how to live more sustainably.
Remember to check out the One Million Women’s Love Earth Marketplace.
|Bamboo toilet paper, tissues|
50% o profits used to build toilets
|Who gives a crap?|
|An alternative to panty liners|
$5 buys an item for women’s organisation
|Sustainable homewares||The Sustainable Life|
|Toxin-free sustainable living||Go for Zero|
|Bulk foods||The Source Bulk Food Stores|
|Donate spectacle frames to support|
Fred Hollows Foundation / Lions
|Cleaning products in recycled containers||Zero Co|
|A social enterprise that supports women||Sister Works|
|Carbon footprint tracker||Aerial|
|Measure your carbon footprint||Climate Clever|
|Reusable, biodegradable and eco-friendly products||My Humble Earth|
|Tips for hosting a Plastic-Free Christmas||Australian Marine Conservation Society|
There are a host of accreditation schemes where companies can be independently assessed for their emission reduction/social responsibility claims. We will provide an overview of these schemes in the coming months.
What’s your view?
Should we be considering advocating for carbon emission labelling on products?